Cedar Groove Shingles

Installation of Cedar Groove Shingles

Roof pitch shall be a 4:12 (1-in-3) slope. Underlayment is of nailable water proof membrane. It shall be laid up the roof from tile eave line to the ridge


Starter course shall be two layers of shingles extending 1½” beyond the fascia board.


Shingles are approximately ¼” apart. The joints in between are offset to a minimum 1½” between adjacent courses. It is not in direct alignment in alternate courses. Each shingle is fastened with two fasteners positioned approximately ¾” from each edge


Special ridges alternately are laid with underlay

Cedar Can be used for wall clad too


Underlayment – Eaveguard


Seal around Roofing Fasteners

Helps deliver premium roof leak protection via an aggressive rubberized asphalt formulation that seals around roof covering fasteners.


The product delivers premium performance with minimal additional weight.

Reliable Waterproofing

Self adhering membrane and it main function is to serve as a waterproofing layer, in both residential and commercial building, protecting the building’s interior from damages caused by water infiltration

Best Adhesion to the Roof Deck

The time-tested, rubberized asphalt formulation provides superior initial and long-term adhesion without primer or nails. This strong bond helps insure watertight installation.

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Nailing Process

Cedar Wood Shingles Installed on Truss

The Shingles can be laid directly on the Purlins, so that it is seen from inside also The Purlins must be in wood and 1.5” x 1.5” The centre to centre distance between the purlins must be 7.5”

On a steel truss Stuctural Board or Marine Ply can be laid and the Shingles can be installed on them after laying the water proof membrane

Wooden Planks can also be laid on the truss, and shingles can be installed on them